State Senator Mark Grisanti today announced that he has been endorsed for re-election by a number of Republican elected and party officials, including three Southtowns supervisors.

Supporting Grisanti re-election bid are:
  • Hamburg Supervisor Steve Walters
  • Evans Supervisor Keith Dash
  • Brant Supervisor Len Pero
  • Orchard Park Town Board Member Eugene Majchrzak
  • Orchard Park Town Board Member Michael Sherry
  • Orchard Park Highway Superintendent Frederick Piasecki
  • Orchard Park Village Trustee Joe Wales
  • City of Tonawanda Councilmember Jay Hall
  • Hal Fabinsky, Chair of the Orchard Park GOP
  • Chris Pilozzi, Chair of the City of Tonawanda GOP
  • Joseph Totaro, GOP Chair in Buffalo’s North District
  • Sandra Waugaman-Beck, GOP Chair in Buffalo’s Ellicott District
“Although Mark Grisanti and I don’t agree on all issues, he has proven himself a strong advocate for the taxpayers and business community of the Town of Hamburg,” said Hamburg Supervisor, Steve Walters. “Mark has fought to restore Hamburg’s fair share of the video lottery revenue, has worked with us to ensure the success of Woodlawn Beach and has pushed for real mandate relief for our community. We need Mark in the State Senate to continue his record of success for our community.”

” Every time we turn to Senator Grisanti for help and support for our community, he is there for us with both understanding and action,” said Hal Fabinsky, Chair of the Orchard Park GOP. “We need to do everything we can to keep this strong advocate working for us in Albany. He will make sure that the best interests of Western New York will not be ignored or forgotten.”

“I’m proud to stand with Mark Grisanti in his re-election campaign,” said Chris Pilozzi, Chair of the City of Tonawanda GOP. “His continued service is critical to the future of the Republican Party in our state.”

“I am delighted to have the support of these outstanding public and party officials as I begin my campaign for re-election,” Grisanti said. “I have great respect for each of them, and I am proud that they recognize my independence, and consider it an asset.”
“I look forward to working with them as I take my neighbor-to-neighbor campaign to every corner of the 60th Senate District,” he said.